Rangers Fire David Quinn

It was hard to see how David Quinn would survive the firings of John Davidson and Jeff Gorton in the final week of the season, and today Chris Drury made it official, removing all but Benoit Allaire from their coaching positions. Quinn had joined the Rangers straight from Boston University, taking over a team that had been gutted following […]

Vigneault Appointment Official

The Rangers made it official today, with Alain Vigneault named the Rangers’ 34th head coach in franchise history.  Vigneault becomes the first French Canadien coach of the Rangers since Michel Bergeron who last coached in 1989. General Manager Glen Sather noted that the organization had identified thirteen candidates in their search, ultimately interviewing Vigneault and Mark Messier in person, and another […]

John Stevens to be Interviewed

The Rangers have expanded their search for a new coach to former Philadelphia Flyers head coach, and current Los Angeles Kings assistant coach John Stevens per the LA Times.  The former NHL defender who played 53 games with the Whalers and Flyers, has a 122-112-34 record, all but four of those coming with the Flyers. Stevens […]

Who Now?

by Timmy Corbett The man was a legend, plain and simple, a legendary defenseman. He walked into the hall of fame backwards he was so good. Larry Robinson was a true talent at reading the play and staying on the defensive. He might have scored points, and, yes they came in clusters on those great […]

Trottier On 34th St.

by Gary Pino It’s amazing how things seem to rapidly change right before our eyes. Bryan Trottier hired by Glen Sather this week marks “The Real” new beginning for the Rangers!  If Neil Smith were still the GM, Trottier’s name would never even be mentioned in the same breath with “NYR’s Organization”!  But this is […]

Rangers Head Coach Bryan Trottier?

by Dave Gokhstein Bryan Trottier was the guy I suggested that Glen Sather should hire as the coach of the New York Rangers.  I just didn’t think Glen Sather would actually go ahead and take my advice.  Bryan Trottier is exactly what the Rangers need, and please, before you e-mail me with “He’s an Islander” […]

Time To Bring In A Big Time Coach

by Dave Gokhstein I wrote in my last article that I would like to see Brian Trottier coaching the Rangers next season,  but it I’m pretty sure that the Rangers will have a coach in place before the Avs get knocked out the playoffs.  There’s talk about Mike Keenan leaving the Panthers and coming back […]

Low Gone

The Rangers today announced they would not bring coach Ron Low back for a third year.  Low, who’s contract expired with the Rangers failure to make the post-season for the fifth straight season, leaves the Rangers after two years and a 69-81-9-5 record. New York struggled during Low’s tenure on both defense and specialty teams.  […]